Riffstation decodes chords from audio files
Software that will decode MIDI music, that's so common nowadays, but what about chords in audio files ? That's what Riffstation is dedicated to.
Riffstation is a new standalone software for Mac OS X and Windows intended for guitar players mainly. The software analyzes the tempo and chords in your audio files (MP3, WAV, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, AIFF...). Detected chords will be displayed on the GUI along with the waveform and you can loop a part of the audio for practicing with pitch shifting and time stretching options. Tabs of the detected chords will also show in the interface in order to help you play the music on your guitar.
Riffstation also allows for isolating guitar parts, if you want to learn a riff for example. It is achieved using a filter and a Mid/Side feature.
Last, Riffstation includes a chord dictionary as well as a Riff Builder that allows you to record and share new riffs and songs.
Riffstation is available for $49.99 and you can download a 30 day trial version from www.riffstation.com.
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